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' ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT ^ 



Medical Department 



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LECTURE COURSE BEGINS OCTOBER qth, i8 7 8. 
COMMENCEMENT OCCURS MARCH 5 th, i8 7 g. 



I O W A CI TV, IOWA. 

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Medical Department Calendar 



October 9, 1878, Term begins, Wednesday. 
December 21, 1878, Winter Vacation begins, Saturday. 
Januar}' 2, 1879, Winter Vacation ends, Thursday. 
March 5, 1879, Commencement, Wednesday. 
For further information, see Catalogue of 1877-8 or 
apply by letter in person to 

c. w. slagle, 

President. 



Faculty and Instructors. 



c. w. SLAGLE, 

President. 
JOHN F. DILLON, M. D, LL. D., Davenport, 

(United Slates Circuit Court .) 
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. 

GUSTAVUS HINRICHS, A. M., M. D., Iowa City. 
Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

W. F. PECK, M. D. Davenport. 

Bean of the Faculty, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery. 

P.J. FARNS WORTH, A. M., ML D. Clinton. 
Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of Children. 

W. S. ROBERTSON, A. M., M. D., Muscatine, 
Professorof Theory and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. 

J. C. SHRADER, A. M., M. D., Iowa City, 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women. 

W. D. MIDDLETON, M. D., Davenport, 
Professor of Physiology and Microsopic Anatomy. 

E. F. CLAPP, M. D., Iowa City, 
Professor of Anatomy, Secretary of Faculty arid Librarian. 

MARK RANNEY, M. D., 

(Nupt. Iowa Hospital tor insane Mt. Pleasant.) 
Lecturer on Insanity. 

C. M. HOBBY T , M. D., Iowa City, 
Lecturer on Ophthalmology and Otdlogy, Demonstrator of Anatomy and 
('orator of the Museum. 

I. P. WILSON, D. D. S., Burlington, 
Lecturer on Dental Surgery. 

R. W. PRYCE, M. D., Iowa City, 
Prosector to the ('hair of Surgery. 

GEORGE O. MORGRIDGE, M. D., West Liberty, 
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 



WM. GREEN, Iowa Cit; 
Janitor 



Class of i 877-8, 



NAMES. POST OFFICE. PRECEPTORS. 

Albright, O. B Iowa 

Abbott, Albert F Toledo, Iowa Dv. Thompson. 

Allen, Wm. L Davenport, Iowa..W. F. Peek. 

Allen, Wallace E Iowa City, " . . E. F. Clapp. 

Averett, James F Colesburg, " . . T. E. Averett. 

Armstrong, James T .. Glenwood, " ... O. W. Archibald. 
Austin, Hannah H. . . .Lynnville, " . .J. R. Gorrell. 

Barber, George M Polo, " . . W. J. Holman. 

Bell, Charles M Davenport, " . . W. D. Middleton. 

Brown, John C Columbus City, . . D. W. Overholt. 

Bradway, Willard F . . Anita, . " ..W. Bradway. 

Brockway, Tiffany J . . Tallayrand, " . .J. Brockway: 
Brockman, David C . . Blairstown, vt ..N.J.Jones. 
Burnett, Luther II . . . .Nevada, " . .A. G. Gorrell. 

Brauiiwarth, Anna M . Muscatine, " ..J. S; Braunwarth. 
Braunwarth, Emma L. Muscatine, ^ ..). S. Braunwarth. 

Borden, John \V Defiance, Ohio.. . . Thacker & Powell. 

Carson, John W Mt. J emon, Iowa. James Carson. 

Chambers, Elihu T Muscatine, " . . W. S. Robertson. 

Cook, Layton W Floyd, " . .J. D. McKenzie. 

Cocklin, John L Richmond, ul - . . Faculty. 

Cole, Theodore C ... .Fremont City," ..J.J.Young. 

Conniff, Harriet A Sioux City, " . J. M. Knott. 

Dickerson, James L. . .Harrison, " ..I). J. Hussey. 

Doig, Robert I I V///W, " . . M. Merridith. 

Edgerton, Wallace E . . AIantorville,JMinn.J . B. Bedient. 

Green, Henry L Muscatine, Iowa. . \V. S. Robertson. 

Gallagher, Patrick .... Glasgow, StdtPd. Faculty. 
Havighorst, Henry S..Iowa City, Iowa. .Pry ce & Kimball. 
Harsh, Isaac M Clyde, « .. A, G. Gorrell, 



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NAMES. POST OFFICE. PRECEPTORS. 

Haggerty, M. G St. Paul, Minn.. . Faculty. 

Heald, Rebecca S Wuscatah, Kan . . . Faculty. 

lloyt, Brooks F Manchester, /bwa.Facult) . 

Himrod, David M What Cheer, " . . Faculty. 

Inks, John A Ohio, Illinois C. Gray. 

Johnson, Lindsey M. .Manchester, Iowa. 3. H. Reynolds. 

Kelleher, Thos. F Iowa City, - . . F. F. Clap}). 

Kemmerer, Chas. T . .Davenport, " . . A. W. Cantwell. 

Lewis, John M High/and, ki . . M. B. Moon. 

Lewis, Minerva Hamlin, " . .J. M. Louthan. 

Lewis, Win. R Saylorville, " . .Josiah Slick. 

Little, Fred. H Muscatine, " . . W. S. Robertson. 

Lindley, Edward M. . .Newton, " . J. R. Gorrell. 

Louthan, John II Tama City, " ..Evans <S: Louthan 

Lytle, Samuel S Washington, " . .J. C. Shrader. 

Merchant, Milton F. . .Auburn, N. T C. M. Hobby. 

McKibben, George J . .Bloomjield, Iowa. . Greenleaf & Son. 
MoOrehead, Giles C. . .Ida, " . .F. D. Seeber. 

Morris, Olive Bellbrook, Ohio. .Faculty. 

Mtinn, Lewis FI Camp Robinson, 

Red Cloud Agen- 
cy, Neb C. E. Mnnn. 

Nutting, Will. W Cedar Rapids, 7a. F. L. Mansfield. 

O'Hair, Patrick, Jr. .. . West Troy, Iowa. Faculty. 
Pangborn, Sarah A. . .Fayette, " . .Faculty. 

Payne, Ira D Adel, " . . Faculty. 

Peyton, L. Douglas. .. Washington, Ay. .Dr. White. 

Pettengill, Somers. . . .Blair, Neb D. II. O'Lynn. 

Porter, James N Guthrie Center, la. J '. Power & Son. 

Prentice, Geo. M Ashtabula, Ohio. .}. C. Hubbard, 

Pride, John M Hampton, Iowa. . . O. B. Harreman. 

Pryse, Lizzie A. V Iowa City, " ..Faculty. 

Remsburg, Josephus Li. Ohio, Illinois J. C. Shrader. 

Renshaw, Leslie L. .. .National, Iowa. . .C. H. Hamilton. 

Pice, Charles Smithtand, " . . R. C. Rice. 

Rice, Spencer M Des Moines, " . . R. A. Patchen. 

Rogers, Edward M.Jr. Solon, " . . F. M. Rogers. 

Roberts, Stephen W ..Malvern, " ..Faculty. 



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NAMES. POST OFFICE. PRECEPTORS. 

Rubleman, Geo. I Muscatine, Iowa. . F. I*. Gray. 

Saunders, Will. J fowa City, tk ..E.F.Ciapp. 

Seymour, Frank E.... " " " ..E.F.Ciapp. 

Schuell, Thomas J Lytic City, kt . .Geo. Welch. 

Shrader, Carl Von Maquoketa, " ..A. B. Bowen. 

Shepherd, John L Postville, " . .John Shepherd. 

Smith, Calvin \Y Muscatine, " . .Faculty. 

Smith, Frank II Iowa City, " . .Pryce & Kimball. 

Snow, Adelbert E " " " . .E. F. Clapp. 

Stephens, Augustus ... Manchester, " . . W. H. Yarnell. 

Ta\ lor, fames Iowa City, " . . E. F. Clap]). 

Vest, William E Montezuma, " . . Vest & Shaffer. 

Watson, Barkley S West Branch,'-'' . .}. H. Minthorn. 

Ward, James M Cornelia, Mo Ward & Ewing. 

Williams, J. Cal Rose Hill, Iowa. . W. L. Ciowder. 

Williams, John J Wankegan, Ills. .Faculty. 

Wood, Spencer M. . . . yefferson, lowa.W. S. Schermerhorn. 



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iADUATKS. 



The following members of the foregoing class received the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine, at the Commencement, March 
6 1878. 



J. L. REMSBURG, . . . Valedictorian. 

NAME. THESIS. 

WILLARD F. BRADWAY, . Scarlatina. 

D. C. BROCKMAN Epilepsy. 

L. II. BURNETT, Vutrition. 

HENRY L. GREEN, Etiology. 

PATRICK GALLAGHER, . Typhoid Fever. 

HENRY S. HAVIGHORST, Stricture of the Urethra. 
LINDSEY M. JOHNSON, . . Placenta Previa. 

THOMAS F.KELLEHER,7^ Cranium andits Contents. 
CHARLES T. KEMMERER, Pathology of Mental Disease. 
WM. R. LEW IS, . Alcohol and Diseases produced by it. 
SAM'L S. LYTLE, . . Puerperal Fever. 

JOHN M. PRIDE Vux Vomica. 

L. DOUGLAS PEYTON, . Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

CHAS. RICE, . . A Dislocation of the Humerus. 

STEPHEN W. ROBERTS, . . . Gonorrhoea. 

CALVIN W. SMITH, . Benign Diseases of the Uterus. 
JOHN L. SHEPHERD, The arrest of Arterial Hemorrhage. 
BARKLEY S. WATSON, . . Foetal Circulation. 



Examining Committer. 



March 6, 1S7S. 



Dr. J. A. BLANCHARD, Chairman, TXes Moines. 

Dr. II. H. MAYNARD, . . . Tipton. 

" J. D. McCLEARY, .... Indianola. 

" G. W. BEGGS, Sioux City. 

" T. BYRNES, Walcott. 

" WM. ISEMINGER, . . . Denison. 

" A. O. WILLIAMS, .... Ottumwa. 

Dr. J. L. WHITLEY, Secretary, . . 0az>e. 



Prizes were awarded by the Examining- Committee as 
follows : 

Prof. Shrader's prize for best Essay on Benign Tumors of 
the Uterus, to D. C. Brockman. 

Prof. Robertson's prize for the best record of the Medical 
Clinics, to I. M. Harsh. 

Prof. Clapp's prize for best dissection of Vessels and Nerves 
of the Neck, to L. H. Burnett. 

Dr. Hobby's prize for best record of Eye and Ear Clinics, 
to Miss. M. Lewis. 



f " Hamilton's Surgery " given by 



A discretionary prize or ' 
the Chair of Surgery for the dissection of the arm, to A. E 
Snow. 



Medical Department. 



The ninth Course of Lectures will begin Wednesday, Oc- 
tober 9th, 1S78, and continue till March 5th, 1879. 

The student, upon registration, is required to choose one of 
the following" courses of instruction : 

I. A two years' 1 course, requiring the attendance of the 
student at all lectures and exercises of the Department for two 
full terms, as has heretofore been the general custom in Medi- 
cal Colleges. 

II. A three years'' graded course. This has been urgently 
recommended by the Faculty for several years past, and many 
students have adopted the same. Students choosing this 
course must conform to the following schedule of studies: 

FIRST YEAR JUNIOR. 

Anatomy, 

Physiology, 

Chemistry, Practical Anatomy, 

Materia Medica, Clinics. 

Dentistry. 



SECOND YEAR — MIDDLE. 

Physiology, / ., .- . ., , ,- ., 

, T - . ?s ,. ■ hxammation at the close of the session. 

Materia Medica. \ 

Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, 

Diseases of Children, Practical Anatomy, 

Theory and Practice, Clinics. 

Surgery. 

Medic; 1 1 f 111 isp rude nee, Ophthalmology and Otology. 



MEDIC \l. DEPARTM EN I . 9 

l HIRD Y E \K — SENIOR. 

Anatoim . 

Chemistry . 

Surgery, Practical Chemistry, 

Theory and Practice, Clinics. 

Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, 

Ophthalmology and Otology, 

Mental Diseases. 

In this year students are expected to assist at Clinics. 

Students of both sexes are admitted on equal terms, and 
afforded in all respects the same facilities for acquiring a 
thorousrh medical education. 



[NSTRUCTION AND SCHOLARSHIP. 

Daily Examinations. — The students are examined every 
day on the lectures of the previous day, and their standing 
is recorded for future reference. 

Clinical Duties of the Students. — Advanced stu- 
dents are required to make examinations at the Clinics and to 
prescribe for patients. 

Examining Committee. — The qualifications of each 
graduating class are guaranteed by the fact that a committee, 
selected from the profession of the State takes part in the ex- 
amination at the close of each annual session. 



HOSPITAL AND CLINICS. 

The Medical Department, by reason of being a State Insti- 
tution, draws from a very large field an abundance of clinical 
material, the use of which renders the clinical advantages an 
attractive feature of the course of instruction. 

The University Hospital, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, 
is located within two blocks of the College Buildings, and 
affords good accommodations for all who apply for treatment. 



IO STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

Contiguous to the Hospital is a Hue Amphitheater wherein 
all the clinical teaching is conducted. 

A special advantage of the Hospital is the opportunity 
afforded to advanced members of the class for observing the 

treatment of cases in company with the attending physician 
when making his daily rounds. 

Practical Anatomy. — The thorough study of Practical 
Anatomy will he required of every student. Facilities for 
obtaining material are such that an abundant supply will 
always be provided. The Professor and Demonstrator of 
Anatomy will be always ready to aid the student in his ana- 
tomical studies. The Anatomical Museum will be open to 
students at all hours when lectures are not in progress. 

Operations on the Cadaver. — All kinds of surgical 
operations on the cadaver are performed by the students in 
the presence of the class and under the direction of the Pro- 
fessor of Surgery. 

Chemical Laboratory. — The Chemical Laboratory is 
open for the stud} 7 of practical chemistry. Courses in Chemi- 
cal Analysis, Urine Analysis, and Toxicology have been 
specially arranged for Medical students. 



LECTURES, CLINICS AND OTHER EXERCISES. 

Fiye Lectures are given each day, exclusive of Clinics. 
All lectures (except chemical) are delivered in the Medi- 
cal Amphitheater in the South Building of the University, 
recently very much enlarged and improved. The lectures on 
chemistry are delivered in the University Laboratory, in the 
North Building. 

All Clinics are held in the Amphitheater at Mercy Hos- 
pital, as follows : 

Mondays — Medical Clinics by Prof. Robertson. 

Wednesdays — Clinics on the Eye and Ear, by Dr. Hobby. 

Fridays — Surgical Clinics, by Prof. Peck. 



\[ EDICA i iH'.r \ i:i\i KNT. II 

Practice in Chemical Analysis on Saturdays* 

All patients presenting themselves at the clinics, will have 
the privilege of examinations, prescriptions, medicines and 
operations, free of charge. 

PROGRAMME OF LECTURES FOR THE REGULAR TFkM— 
SESSION OF 1878-9. 



HR. 


MONDAY. 


TUESDAY. 


WEDNESD'Y THURSDAY. 


FRIDAY. 


SAT'Y. 


9 


I [inrichs. 


1 1 inrichs. 


1 1 inrichs. Farnsworth 


Shrader. 


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10 Shrader. Clapp. Farnsworth Clapp. Clapp. 

11 Robertson. Peck. Middleton. Robertson. Peck. 



1:30 

2 

2:30 

3 

3:30 

4 

4:30 



Med. Clinic. 
Robertson. 



< 'lap]). 



Eye and Ear 

Clinic. 



Shrader. Hobby. 



Shrader. Surtr'l Clin. 



Peck. 



Peck. Middleton. Farnsworth 
Middleton. Hobby. 



Robertson. 



Farnsworth 



HOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following are recommended by the Professors in their 
respective chairs: 

Anatomy — Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson. 

Physiology — Flint, Dalton. 

Chemistry — Hinrichs, Wormly, Fownes. 

Surgery — Erichsen, Ashurst, Hamilton, Holmes, Gross, 
Bilroth. 

Practice of Medicine — Flint, Watson, (by Hartshorn), Ben- 
nett, Reynolds, Aitkin, Da Costa Physical Diagnosis. 



12 STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

Obstetrics — Cazeaux, Leishmann, Hodge, Tyler, Smith, 
Playfair, Meadows. 

Materia Medica — United States Dispensatory, Griffith's 
Art of Prescribing, Stille's Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

71i era pen tics — Bartholow, Farqueharson, Ringer. 

Medical Jurisprudence — Wharton and Stille, Beck, El- 
well. 

Diseases of Women — Thomas, Barnes, Hewitt, S eanzoni, 
Schrader, Savage. 

Diseases of Children — Smith, West, Condie, Vogel. 

Microscopic Anatomy — Strieker, Beale, Koelliker, Frey. 

Ophthalmology — Wells, Walton, Dixon. 

Otologv — Roosa. 

Insanity — Blandford, Bucknill and Tuke, Ray. 



FEES. 





$20 00 




5 °° 




10 00 




20 00 




5 00 


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rat it it ons 



Lectures, for each Yearly Session, 
Matriculation Ticket, . 
Demonstrator's Ticket, 
Examination Fee, 

Diploma, ..... 

1 [ospital Ticket, 

\o charge for material. 

Students taking the Laboratory Course will pay for the 
chemicals used. The average expense on this account is 
about $5.00. 

ALUMNI of this school and other accredited medical institu- 
tions will be admitted to the lectures and clinics on taking out 
1 lie matriculation ticket. 

All fees must be promptly paiit at the beginning of the 
session to the Ireas/i rer of the University. 



Ml DICAL DKPARTM ENT. I 3 

The Faculty Ticket will be issued by the Secretary only 
on presentation of the Treasurer's receipt. Students who have 
attended two full courses of lectures in this Department shall 
be entitled to the third course of lectures on payment of the 

matriculation fee; Demonstrator's tickel additional. Students 
who have attended two full courses in some other duly recog- 
nized Medical College, hut who have, tor satisfactory reasons, 
tailed to graduate, will be admitted to all the privileges of the 
Department upon the payment of $10, which amount will not 
include matriculation nor Demonstrator's ticket. 

Good hoard can be obtained at from $3.50 to $5.00 per 
week. By associating in cluhs, students may supply them- 
selves with good accommodations at a material reduction from 
the customary prices. 

Students will he furnished with all necessary information 
concerning boarding, by applying- to the Janitor. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate must he twenty-one years of age and of unex- 
ceptionable moral character, and must have been engaged in 
the study of medicine for three years, under the direction of a 
physician in regular standing, including attendance on two 
courses of lectures, the last of which must have been in this 
institution. No student will be permitted to graduate who 
has not pursued the study of Practical Anatomy for at least 
two courses, and of Practical Chemistry for at least one 
course. 

Each candidate for graduation must undergo a satisfactory 
examination in all the branches taught in the Department, and 
present an acceptable thesis, in his own handwriting, and on a 
subject connected with some branch of medicine. The candi- 
date must notify the Dean, in writing, during the first week in 
February, of his or her intention to become an applicant for 
graduation, and at the same time present the thesis and exami- 
nation fee. In case of a failure to graduate, the thesis will be 
returned. 



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STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 



The Ad Eundem Degree in this Department may be con- 
ferred under the following circumstances: The candidate must 

be in possession of an accredited diploma, and must present 
letters from two respectable physicians, as to moral character 
and professional standing. An attendance upon lectures from 
time to time, is expected during the session, and a satisfactory 
examination must be passed on all the subjects taught in the 
Department. From those who apply for the ad cuiidem degree, 
the matriculation fee, and an examination fee of $20 will be 
required, and $^ for the Diploma. 



PRIZES. 

Professor Peck will give a fine "Peck's Pocket Case" for 
the best dissection of the generative and urinary organs and 
pelvic fascia'. 

Professor Robertson will give a pocket case of instruments 
for the best pathological history of the cases treated at the 
medical clinics during the winter. 

Professor Shrader will give a prize of an obstetrical case of 
instruments for the best prepared female pelvis with ligaments 
attached. 



M U S E U M . 

The museum contains a large and interesting collection from 
which ample supplies of specimens illustrative of pathological 
conditions are produced before the class for examination and 
study. 

The cabinet of materia medica is well furnished with care- 
fully assorted specimens of all drugs and the extracted prepar- 
ations. 

Physicians are earnestly invited to send to the Curator any 
specimen of healthy, morbid or comparative anatomy, which 
will be properly labelled with the name of the donor, and 
placed in the M useuin. 



MEDICAL DEPARTM KNT. I S 

MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

\iiiui;il meeting on the evening of the daj preceding Com- 
mencement. Ever} graduate of the Department is earnestly 
requested to send his name and post-office address to'the Sec- 
retary for enrollment. 



OFFICERS. 

THOS. F. KELLEHER, M. D., Class 1878, President. 

M. B. MOON, M. D., Class 1874, . I 'ice-President. 

LIZZIE HESS, M. IX, Class 1874, . Secretary. 

N. II. TULLOSS, M. D., Class 187 1, . . Treasurer. 

The following Alumni have been appointed to deliver 
addresses at the next annual meeting, March 5th, 1879: 

II. L. GREEN, M. D., Uucatine. 

LIZZIE HESS, M. I)., . . . Iowa City. 

A. O. WILLIAMS, M. D., . . . Ottumwa. 

Graduates and other students desiring- to receive Catalo- 
gues, are requested to inform the Secretary of the Faculty 
whenever they change their plaee of residence. 



For further information concerning this Department apply 
to Prof. E. F. Clap]), Secretary of the Faculty, Iowa City 

low a. 



THE ASSOCIATION OF 



American M ED1( ~' A ^ C olleges 



At a meeting held in Chicago, June 2 and 4, 1877, of repre- 
entatives from various medical colleges of the country, a per- 
manent organization was formed under the above title, and a 
Constitution, By-Laws and Articles of Confederation were 
adopted. Artitle IX of the Constitution requires that all 
colleges belonging- to the association shall publish the " Articles 
of Confederation " in their annual catalogue for at least three 
consecutive years after joining the association. In accordance 
with this requirement we give below 

THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION 

I To he subscribed and conformed to by all the College's of the Confederation. \ 
ARTICLE I. OF THE FACULTY. 

The medical members of the Faculty must be regular graduates or licen- 
tiates and practitioners of medicine, in good standing, using the word 
"regular " in the sense commonly understood in the medical profession. 

ARTICLE II. OF TUITION. 

SECTION I. The scheme of tuition shall provide for a yearly systematic 
course of instruction covering the general topics of Anatomy, including dis- 
sections, Physiology, Chemistry, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Ob- 
stetrics, Surgery, Pathology and Practice of Medicine. The collegiate ses- 
sion, wherein this course is given, shall be understood as the "regular" 
session. 

SECTION 2. Said regular session shall not be less than twenty weeks 
in duration. This section to go in force at and after the session of 1879-80. 

SECTION \. Not more than one regular session, counting the regular 
on as one of the two courses of instruction re<juired for graduation, shall 
he held in the same year. 



MEDICAL Dl.l' \ i: I M K\T. i 7 

ARTICLE I II. REQUIREM ENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

No person, whether a graduate in medicine or not, shall be given a 
Diploma of "Doctor of Medicine" who shall nol have fulfilled the follow- 
ir£requirements, except as hereinafter provided for in article IV: 

1. lie must produce satisfactory evidence of good moral character, and 
oi having attained the age of twenty-one years. 

2. He must file a satisfactory certificate of having studied medicine for 
at least three year- under a regular graduate, or licentiate and practitioner 
of medicine, in good standing, using the word "regular" in the sense com- 
monly understood in the medical profession. No candidate shall be eligible 
for final examination for graduation, unless his term of three years' study 
-hall have been completed, or shall expire at a date not later than three 
months after the close of the final examinations; this clause to take effect 
at and after the session of 1879-80. 

3. He must tile the proper official evidence that, during the above men- 
tioned three years, he has matriculated at some affiliated college or colleges, 
for two regular sessions, and in the course of the same (except as provided 
in 4) has attended two full courses of instruction on the seven topics men- 
tioned in Article II. But the latter, at least, oi the two full courses must 
have been attended at the college issuing the diploma. No two con- 
secutive courses of instruction shall beheld as satisfying the above require- 
ments unless the time between the beginning of the first course and the end 
of the second is greater than fifteen months. 

4. In case a college shall adopt a systematic graduated scheme of tui- 
tion, attendance on the whole of the same shall be equivalent to the require- 
ments mentioned in 3, proi nded such scheme includes instruction in the seven 
topics mentioned in Article II, and requires attendance of at least two 
yearly regular collegiate sessions of not less than 'twenty weeks' duration 
each. 

5. The candidate must have passed a personal examination before the 
Faculty on all seven of the branches of medicine mentioned in Article II. 

6. He must have paid in full all College dues, including the graduation 
fee. 

ARTICLE IV. OF HONORARY DEGREES. 

An honorary degree of " Doctor in Medicine," may be granted in num- 
bers not exceeding one yearly, to distinguished physicians or scientific men 
of over forty years of age. But in such case the diploma shall bear across 
its face the word " Honorary," in conspicuous characters, and the same 
word shall always be appended to the name of the recipient in all lists of 
graduates. 

ARTICLE V. OF FEES. 

m .< TION I. All fees shall be paid in lawful money, and no promissory 
■ I promises to pay shall be accepted in lieu of cash for payment of fees. 



[8 STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

SECTION 2. No ticket or other certificate of attendance upon college 
exercises, shall be issued to any student until the dues for the same shall be 

paid. 

SECTION 3. The established fees for the exercises of the regular session, 
except the matriculation fee, graduation fee, fee for dissection, may be 
reduced not more than one-half to graduates of other affiliated colleges of 
less than three years' standing, and to undergraduates of the same who 
have already attended two ball courses of the instruction of the regular 
session. 

Section 4. The same fees may be remitted altogether to college's own 
alumni, to graduates of other affiliated colleges of three years' standing — 
the three years dating from the time of graduation, and ending at the close 
of the regular session for which the tickets are given — to under-graduateswho 
have already attended two full courses of the instruction of the regular ses- 
sion, the latter of which, at least, shall have been in the college making the 
remission, and to theological students, when not candidates for a diploma. 

Section 5. The same fees may be reduced or remitted to deserving 
indigent students to a number not exceeding five per cent, of the number of 
matriculants at the previous regular session of the college. 

Section 6. Under no circumstances whatever, other than the above, 
shall the Faculties, or any member of the same, grant, upon their own 
authority, any remission or reduction of established fees. And it is dis- 
tinctly understood and agreed that the Faculties will discountenance and 
oppose the authorizing by governing boards of the admission of indi- 
vidual students upon other than the regularly established charges for their 
grrtde. 

Section 7. Remission or reduction of fees for other exercises than 
those of the regular session, return to a student of any moneys after pay- 
ment of fees, or an appropriation of funds of the College for payment of any 
student's fees, or part thereof, shall be deemed violation of the provisions of 
this Article in regard to remission or reduction of fees. 

ARTICLE VI. OF RECOGNITION OF OTHER COLLEGES. 

No College shall admit to the privileges accorded in Articles III and V 
the students or graduates of any College which, during an) period ol the 
student's or graduate's pupilage, shall have been excluded from the list of 
affiliated Colleges recognized by the Association. 

ARTICLE VII. AMENDMENTS. 

Amendments to these Articles shall be proposed and adopted in the man- 
ner prescribed for amendments to the Constitution. 



\l l DI< \ I. DEPARTMENT. I o. 

The following Colleges, 1>\ their representatives, have sul>- 
scribed to the above articles, thus constituting themselves mem- 
bers of tin- Association : 

fefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department 
of Columbia College, New York. 

Medical Department of the University of Louisville. 

Hospital College of Medicine of Louisville. 

Chicago Medical College, Chicago. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF IOWA STATE 
UNIVERSITY, IOWA CITY. 

Medical Department, University of Wooster, Cleveland. 

Cleveland Medical College, Medical Department of Western 
Reserve College, Cleveland. 

Detroit Medical College, Detroit. 

Starling Medical College, Columbus, Ohio. 

Medical Department, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Medical Department of Nashville and Vanderbilt Universi- 
ties, Nashville. 

Missouri Medical College, St. Louis. 

Dartmouth Medical College, Hanover, N. H. 

Kansas City College of Physicians and Surgeons, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Miami Medical College, Cincinnati. 

Louisville Medical College, Louisville. 

Department of Medicine and Surgery of the University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

Medical Department of the University of Louisiana, New 
Orleans. 

Rush Medical College, Chicago. 

Indiana Medical College, Indianapolis. 

Medical College of Fort Wayne. 

Woman's Hospital Medical College, Chicago. 

Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York. 

Texas Medical College and Hospital, Galveston. 

Kentucky School of Medicine, Louisville. 

in accordance with Article VI of the above articles of confe- 
deration, no ticket of any school, not having membership in 
the association of American Medical Colleges, will be received 
bv this institution. 










Medical Department 

State University of Iowa 



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ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT 



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Medical Department 



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State University of Iowa, 



At Iowa City, 



For 1882-83 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CALENDAR 



October nth, 1882 — Session begins. 
March 7th, 1883 — Commencement. 



FACULTY 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LED., 
President. 

GUSTAVUS HINRICHS, A. M., M. D., Iowa City, 

Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

W. F. PECK, A.M., M.D., Davenport, 
Dean of the Faculty, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery. 

P. J. FARNSWORTH, A. M., M.D., Clinton, 
Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of Children. 

W. S. ROBERTSON, A. M., M.D., Muscatine, 
Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine. 

J. C. SHRADER, A.M., M. D., Iowa City, 
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women. 

W. D. MIDDLETON, M. D., Davenport,, 
Professor of Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. 

EEMER F. CEAPP, M.D., Iowa City. 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JAMES M. LOVE, LL.D., 

(U. S. District Judge for Iowa,) 
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. 

C. M. HOBBY, M.D., Iowa City,. 

Lecturer on Ophthalmology and Otology, Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
and Curator of the Museum. 

O. T. GILLP;TT, A. M., M. D., Iowa City, 
Secretary of the Faculty, and Assistant to the Chair of Surgery. 

WILLIAM C. PRESTON, A.M., 

Assistant to the Chair of Chemistry, 
S. S. LYTLE, M. D., 

Prosector to the Chair of Anatomy. 



Lecturer on Insanity. 

WM. GREEN, 

Janitor. 



Medical Department 



The thirteenth annual course of lectures will begin October 
nth, 1882, and close on March 7th, 1883. 

Students upon registration are required to elect one of the two 
following courses of instruction: 

I. A three years course with three full courses of lectures — the 
second year having the special advantage of additional instruc- 
tion in microscopic anatomy and physiological laboratory work ; 
recitations in special anatomy, laboratory work in Chemistry and 
recitations in Therapeutics and Materia Medica. At the close of 
the second year final examinations may be received in Physiolo- 
gy, Anatomy, Chemistry and Materia Medica. 

II. A two years course requiring attendance on all lectures 
and general instruction of the department for two full sessions. 

All students in the advanced classes of both courses will receive 
special practical instruction in physical diagnosis, mechanical 
obstetrics, application of bandages, splints and surgical dress- 
ings. 

Students entering the two years course may enroll themselves 
in the three years course at the end of the first session and be 
examined at the close of the second session in Anatomy; Physi- 
ology, Chemistry and Materia Medica. 

Students entering either course will be required to attend all 
clinics. 

OUTLINE OF THE PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

Anatomy. — The lectures in Anatomy are thoroughly illustra- 
ted by all the modern aids to teaching. 

During the first half of the term Comparative and Descriptive 



State University of Iowa. 



Anatomy will be fully considered while the last part of the ses- 
sion will be reserved for a complete consideration of Regional 
and Surface Anatomy accompanied by illustrations on the ca- 
daver. 

Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. — In this department 
trie inductive method is very largely employed in imparting in- 
struction. The lectures are profusely illustrated by means of 
charts, diagrams, and black-board figures ; and the student is 
rendered practically familiar with the phenomena of the most 
important bodily functions in normal operation, by the employ- 
ment of experiments upon living animals as a means of demon- 
stration. 

Laboratory work in Histology will be largely employed in 
teaching, the Chair having been furnished with a number of fine 
microscopes for this purpose. 

Chemistry and Toxicology. — The course of lectures in Chem- 
istry is thoroughly experimental, the large cabinet of apparatus 
of the University Laboratory being freely used for the purpose. 
Special attention is given to general operations and processes, 
rather than to mere preparation of individual compounds. The 
course of lectures comprises inorganic and organic chemistry, 
qualitative analysis, urine analysis, and general toxicology. 

Materia Medica. — This branch is taught by lectures and ex- 
aminations in a general and practical manner, illustrated by a 
well selected cabinet of crude drugs and officinal preparations. — 
Special attention is also given to Therapeutics and to the latest 
advances made in that department. 

Practice of Medicine. — The Chair of Theory and Practice of 
Medicine combines didactic and clinical instruction. Many of 
the subjects treated of in the didactic course find illustration in 
the Hospital amphitheatre and pathological stud)- is facilitated 
by post-mortem examinations as well as by wet and dry prepa- 
rations from the museum. 



M, dical Department. 



SURGERY. — The Chair of Surgery will combine thorough prac- 
tical, theoretical j pathological and clinical teaching. All candi- 
dates for final examination arc required to perform upon the ca- 
daver such operations as are made upon the living subject. — 
Likewise to assist at clinics and in the Hospital. Thorough at- 
tention will also be given during the entire session to the practi- 
cal adaptation of bandages, splints and surgical dressings. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. — The instruction in these im 
portant departments is complete. All modern means for illus- 
tration are employed, and advanced students are carefully trained 
in the principal obstetric operations. 

Practical Anatomy. — The thorough study of this branch, for 
at /cast two courses, is made a condition of graduation. Facili- 
ties for obtaining material are such, under improved legislation 
in the State, that an abundance will always be provided for all 
who may apply. The demonstrator will always be ready to aid 
and direct the prosecution of these studies. 

Upon the completion of each course of dissection, the student 
will be examined on the anatomy of the part dissected. If the 
character of dissection and the examination be satisfactory, a 
certificate to that effect will be given. 

In order that the operations of this department of the school 
may be successfully carried on, all students are required to take 
out the Demonstrator's ticket prior to December 15th. 

Ophthalmology and Otology. — The instruction in these 
Branches combines didactic and clinical teaching. One lecture 
a week is given in. the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of 
the regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted to the 
diagnosis and treatment of their diseases. Large numbers of 
cases appear at these clinics, and a great many operations of all 
kinds are performed. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — This branch of instruction will 
hereafter be conducted by James M. Love, LL. D., United States 
District Judge for Iowa. The course will embrace a much 



State University of Iowa. 



larger number of lectures than heretofore, and the essentials to 
the practitioner of this important department of medicine will 
be very fully treated. 



Insanity. — This lectureship hitherto so ably filled by Dr. 
Mark Ranney, Superintendent of the Hospital for the 
Insane at Mt. Pleasant, and rendered vacant by his death, 
will be filled prior to the opening of the regular term. 



Clinics. — The Clinics have been well and abundantly supplied 
with material. The patronage of the Hospital is so large that a 
great variety of cases is presented for operation and treatment. 

Every case is fully utilized as a means of instruction, by a 
system of examination, in which advanced students are required 
to diagnosticate disease and suggest treatment — before the class 
— subject to the amendments of the clinical teacher: 

The Hospital. — Mercy Hospital situated within three blocks 
of the college building, and conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, 
is a part of the equipment of the Medical Department, and af- 
fords good accommodation for all who apply for treatment. Op- 
portunity is furnished, by Hospital tickets, to advanced members 
of the class, for observing the treatment of cases, in company 
with the attending physician and surgeon when making their 
daily rounds. A fine amphitheater in the Hospital building is 
devoted to the purpose of clinical teaching. 

Practical Chemistry. — One course in qualitative chemical 
analysis may be taken. The Chemical Laboratory furnishes all 
facilities for thorough work, and the Professor and his assistant 
are constantly present to guide and assist the students at their 
work tables. At the close of the course, an opportunity is given 
to all to carry on a practical course in urine analysis and toxi- 
cology. 

Daily Examinations. — Instruction is kept continually in 
thorough review by a system of daily class examinations, in 
which the student is examined on previous lectures, and his 
standing in such examination is recorded for future reference. 



Medical Department. 9 

Finai Publh Examination. — In the absence of an)- legisla- 
tion on the subject in the State of Iowa, the Faculty of this De- 
partment has ever recognized the right of the medical profession 
of the State to an investigation of the qualifications of all its 
students. Accordingly there is always appointed by the Board 
of Regents of the University an examining committee from the 
membership of the State Medical Society who direct ana take 
part in the examination of all applicants for graduation during the 
two days preceding the close of the session. 

No student can graduate in any branch taught in the Depart- 
ment without receiving the recommendation of the Committee 
on Examinations. 

Rannky Library. — The Faculty desire, in this manner, to no- 
tice the generous donation to the Medical Department, by Mrs. 
Ranney of the library of her lamented husband, Dr. Mark Ran- 
ney, late Superintendent of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane at 
Mount Pleasant, the same comprising a large collection of curi- 
ous old and modern works on his favorite study — Insanity — 
gathered during a life of close attention to diseases of the mind 
and nervous system. 

Museum. — The museum contains a large and interesting col- 
lection of morbid and other specimens, furnishing a valuable aid 
to instruction in its large amount of material illustrative of patho- 
logical and normal conditions. This is constantly drawn upon 
as a means of demonstration. 

Physicians are earnestly requested to send the curator any 
specimens of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy — for all 
of which favors due credit will be given by labeling the speci- 
mens with the name of the donor before placing them in the 
Museum. 



10 State University of Iowa. 

LECTURES, CLINICS, AND OTHER EXERCISES. 

Five lectures are given each day, exclusive of clinics. 

All Clinics are held in the Amphitheater of Mercy Hospital, 
as follows: 

Mondays — Medical Clinics, by Prof. Robertson. 

Wednesdays — Clinics on Eye and Ear, by Dr. Hobby. 

Thursdays — Clinics on Gynecology, by Prof. Shrader. 

Fridays — Surgical Clinics, by Prof. Peck. 

Saturdays — Practice in Chemical Analysis by Prof. Hinrichs. 

The lecturer on Insanity and Nervous Diseases, will hold 
special clinics during his course. 

Letters of inquiry in connection with patients desiring to ap- 
pear for clinical treatment should be addressed as follows: 

Surgical Cases — Dr. W. F. Peck, Davenport. 

Medical Cases — Dr. W. S. Robertson, Muscatine. 

Gynecological Cases — Dr. J. C. Shrader, Iowa City. 

Eye and Ear Cases — Dr. CM. Hobby, Iowa City. 

Nervous Diseases 

All patients presenting themselves at the Clinics are furnished 
with medical, surgical, and gynecological treatment and medi- 
cines free of charge. In cases requiring a residence in the Hos- 
pital subsequent to severe operations, or in the course of medi- 
cal treatment, a fee is charged of $y per week for general ward 
accommodations, and $10 per week when a private room is de- 
sired. 



Medical Department. 



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PROGRAMME OF LECTURES FOR THE SESSION OP 

1882-83. 



Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 


Thursday. 
9 to 10. 


Friday. 
9 to 10. 


Saturday 


9 to 10, 


it to in. 


9 to 10, 




Binrichs. 


Hinriohs. 
10 to 11. 


Hinrichs. 
10 to 11, 


Farnsworth. 


Shrader. 


9 to 12, 


10 to 11, 


10 to 11, 


10 to 11, 


Chemical 


Sbrader. 


Peck. 


Farnsworth. 


Clapp. 


Peck. 


Analysis, 


11 ro 12. 


11 to IZ 


11 to 12. 


11 to 12, 


11 to 12. 


Hinrichs. 


Robertson. 


Olapp. 


Middleton. 


Robertson. 


Clapp. 





1 to 2. 

Medical 
Clinic, 

Robertson. 

2 to 3, 
Middleton. 

3 to 4, 
Clapp. 



2 to 3, 
Peck. 

3" to 4, 
Shrader. 



1 to 2:30, 

Eye and Ear, 
Clinic, 

Hobby. 
2:30 to 3:30, 
Middleton. 
3:30 to 4:30, 
Farnsworth. 



1 to 2:30, 1 to 3, 

Clinic, 1 " ! Surgical Clinic. 
Shrader. Peck. 

2:30 to 3:30, 3:30 to 4:30, 

Robertson. | Hobby. 



3:30 to 4:3^, 
Farnsworth. 



Additional advantages in the second year of the three term 
course will be given as follows : 

Microscopic Anatomy and Recitations in Pliysiology — Monday, 
from 10 to 12. 

Chemical Analysis — Saturday, from 9 to 12. 

Recitation in Chemistry — Tuesday, from 7 to 8 p. m. 

Recitation in Anatomy — Monday, from 4 to 5 p. m. 

Recitation in Materia Medica — Thursday, from 8 to 9 a. m. 

Last course students will receive special instruction in — 

Bandaging and Surgical Dressings — Tuesday, from 8 to 9 

A. M. 



12 State University of Iowa. 

Mechanical Obstetrics — Wednesday, from 8 to 9 a. m. 

Physical Diagnosis — Monday, from 8 to 9 a. m. 

The time of the lectures on Insanity and Medical Jurispru- 
dence will be definitely announced in the early part of the session. 

HOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following are recommended by the Professors in their 
several chairs : 

Anatomy — Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson.' 

Physiology — Flint, Dalton, Foster. 

Chemistry — Roscoe and Schorlemmer, Fownes, Hinrichs; 
Gorup-Besanez, Greene; Fresenius. 

Urine Analysis — Neubauer and Vogel, Hopmann and Ultz- 
mann, Marshall and Smith (Casselmann). 

Toxicology — Wormley, Dragendorff, Sonnenschein, Woodman 
and Tidy. 

Surgery — Erichsen, Bryant, Hamilton, Holmes, Agnew, Rind- 
fleisch, Billroth, and Stephen Smith. 

Practice of Medicine — Flint, Watson (by Hartshorn), Reynolds 
(by Hartshorn), Aitkin, Da Costa's Physical Diagnosis. 

Obstetrics — Leishmann, Playfair, Cazeaux, Hodge, Meadows. 

Gynecology — Thomas, Barnes, Emmett, Goodell, Savage, 
Hewitt. 

Materia Medica — United States Dispensatory, Griffith's Art of 
Prescribing, Stille's Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

Therapeutics — Bartholow, Farquharson, Ringer. 

Medical Jurisprudence — McClelland's Civil Malpractice, Whar- 
ton and Stille, Beck, Elwell. 

Diseases of Children — Smith, West, Condie, Vogel. 

Microscopic Anatomy — Strieker, Beale, Kcelliker, Frey. 

Ophthalmology— Carter, Wells, Mittendorf. 

Otology — Roosa, B u rnett. 

Insanity — Blandford, Bucknill and Tuke, Ray. 



Medical Department. 13 

FEES. 

Lectures, for Yearly Session - - - - - $20 00 

Matriculation Ticket - - -- - -5 00 

Demonstrator's Ticket - 10 00 

Examination Fee (for final examination) - 25 00 

Hospital Ticket, gratuitous. 

NO charge for material. 

Students taking the Laboratory Course will pay for the chem- 
icals used. The average expense on this account is about $5.00. 

Alumni of this Department will be admitted to lectures and 
clinics on taking out simply the matriculation ticket. 

Graduates of Colleges which are recognized by this depart- 
ment will be admitted to full privileges upon the payment of 
Si 0.00, exclusive of matriculation fee. 

Students who have entered the three term course will be con- 
tinued as enrolled. The fees in all cases amount only to the 
aggregate of the two years' course as above specified. 

Students on arrival will apply for all needed information to 
the Secretary of the Faculty, Dr. (). T. Gillett. 

All fees must be promptly paid at the beginning of the session, 
to the Treasurer of the University. ' 

The Faculty ticket will be issued by the Secretary, only on 
presentation of the Treasurer's receipt. 

A certificate of time of attendance is issued to each student 
during the last week of the session, and all colleges are hereby 
notified that tickets of this department are valueless unless 
accompanied by such certificates. 

Graduates of this school are requested to immediately acquaint 
the Secretary of the Faculty — Dr Gillett — with their post office 
address and to promptly inform him of any changes af residence. 



14 • State University of Iowa. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate must be twenty-one years of age and of unex- 
ceptionable moral character, and must have been engaged in the 
study of medicine for three years, under the direction of a regu- 
lar practitioner, including attendance upon two courses of lectures, 
the last of which must have been in this institution. Each can- 
didate for graduation must undergo a satisfactory examination in 
all the branches taught in the department. The candidate must 
notify the Dean, in writing, during the first week in February, of 
his or her intention to become an applicant for gaduation, and at 
the same time present the examination fee. In case of a failure 
to graduate, twenty per cent, of examination fee will be returned. 
In cases where the three-term course is adopted, a certificate of 
time of study is not an absolute requirement. All candidates for 
graduation must furnish a certificate of good moral character. 

DENTISTRY. 

For a number of sessions the Faculty have given dentistry a 
recognition in the department curriculum hoping thereby that the 
great and growing importance of this branch of surgery and 
medicine would soon find favor with the Legislature and the 
Board of Regents. The expectations of the Faculty have been 
realized by the formal creation of a distinct Dental Department 
which will be ready for operation at the opening time of the Med- 
ical Department. A complete Faculty has been appointed and 
organized with Dr. L. C. Ingersoll of Keokuk as Dean, and to 
whom all applications for information concerning the Department 
should be addressed. 

NEW BUILDING. 

The Faculty take great pleasure in announcing to the profes- 
sion the recent liberal legislation for the benefit of the Medical 
Department. The 19th General Assembly appropriated the sum 
of thirty thousand dollars to be expended under the direction of 
the Board of Regents for a medical building. 

The plans adopted warrant the statement that when the build- 



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ing shall be completed it will be by far the most complete medi- 
cal college building in the West. 

There will be a dissecting room eighty feet long and thirty-six 
feet wide. Also, two amphitheatres — the large one having ac- 
commodations for four hundred students, while the other will 
have a seating capacity for three hundred students. 

The Museum will be large and capacious. Special provision; 
has also been made for a physiological laboratory which, together 
with the new accommodations for the chemical laboratory, will 
furnish excellent opportunity for thorough, practical instruction- 
There will also be a recitation room thirty-eight by forty feet r 
which will be of great advantage in supplying special teaching to- 
the second year and advanced students. 

The building will be heated by steam. The ventilation and 
drainage, in the light of present known improvements, cannot be 
surpassed. 

For an exterior view of the building, the cut on the outside 
leaf of the announcement will furnish a correct illustration of the 
structure when completed, which will be on October ist, 1882. 



Medical Alumni Association. 



The Annual Meeting is held in the Amphitheatre of the 
Medical Department at 2 o'clock p. m., on the day of Com- 
mencement. 

Every graduate of the department is requested to send his or 
her name and post-office address to the Secretary, for enrollment. 

OFFICERS FOR 1882-83. 

Presidents- -N. W. Mountain, M. D., Letts. 
Vice President — Elizbabeth Hess, M. D., Iowa City. 
Secretary — S. S. Lytle, M. D., Iowa City. 
Treasurer — N. H. Tulloss, M. D., Iowa City. 

The following Alumni have been appointed to deliver addresses 
at the next annual meeting, March 7th, 1883 : 

M. B. Moon, M. D., Iowa City. 
Jennie McCowan, M. D., Davenport. 
I. L. Potter, Acklev, Necrologist. 



• GRADUATES-SESSION 1 SSI -82. 



Ady, Emmett 
Chatterton, A. S. 
Chilson, Benjamin 
l 'one, J. E. 
Eldridge, R. F. 
Everhart, R. E. 
Leech, L. J. 
Pangburn, Sarah A. 
Paul. C. S. 



< rRADED COURSE. 

Records, T. E. 
Schumacher, Henry 
Smith, S. L. 
Tyler, E. K. 
Walter, A. F. 
Warnock, F. B. 
White, M. W. 
Williams, Had wen 
Wright, I. W. 



Non-Graded Course. 



Artz, C. V. 
Bell, S. C. 
Bittiriger, W. M. 
Chandler, J. E. 
Damm, L. F. 
Dearing, W. H. 
Dodge, S. W. 
Emmet, John 
Fairgrieve, G. W. 
Frear, K. D. 
Gardner, J. B. 
Howison, N. L. 
Landon, O. M. 
Leith, A. R. 



Lloyd, J. C. 
Long, F. A. 
McKey, T. F. 
Morrison, D. A. 
Osborn, M. C. 
Phillpott, C. H. 
Powers, H. A. 
Rankin, H. J. 
Silsby, Newton 
Smith, F. H. 
Thompson, Frank 
Trumbull, I. F. 
Tyler, J. D. 
Waynick, J. B. 



The address for the Faculty at the commencement exercises 
was delivered by Dr. H. B. Ransom, of Burlington, Iowa. 



Medical Examiners, 1SS2, 



D. Scofield, M. D., Washington, Chairman, President of the 
Iowa State Medical Society. 

H. G. Ristine, M. D., Fort Dodge, Secretary. 

Geo. A. Meredith, M. D., Ames. 

C. C. Griffin, M. D., Vinton. 

R. Stephenson, Jr., M. D., Centerville. 

J. W. Mitchell, M. D., Knoxville. 

Albert Reynolds, M. D., Clinton. 



ORDER OF PUBLIC EXAMINATION. 

Feb'y -28th and March 1st, 1882. 



Feb. 28th, Tuesday. 

A. M. 

9:00-10:30— Materia Medica, 
10:80-12:00— Chemistry. 



March 1st— Wednesday. 

A. M. 

9:00-10:30— Practice of Medicine. 
10:30-12:00— Surgery. 



P. M. P- M. 

2:00-3:30— Physiology. 2:00- 6:00— Faculty Meeting. 

3:30-5:00— Obstetrics! 8:00-10:00— Commencement. 
7:00-9:00— Anatomy. 



The same order of examination will be observed at the Com- 
mencement in March, 1883, 



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GRADED COURSE STUDENTS. 
THIIU) YEAR. 



n ami:. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Ally, Emmett, 


Iowa, 


A. Ady. 


Chatterton, Allen S. 


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A. G. McGrew. 


Chilson, Benjamin 


Wisconsin. 


D. G. Morris. 


Cone, Jared E. 


Iowa. 


W. D. Cone. 


Eldridge, Reuben F. 


Nebraska. 


Faculty. 


Everhart, Robert E. 


Iowa. 


T. D. Gamble. 


Leech, Louis J. 


a 


Faculty. 


Pangburn, Sarah A. 


u 


Faculty. 


Paul, Charles S. 


" 


J. M. Paul. 


Records, Thos. E. 


a 


E. F. Clapp. 


Schumacher, Henry 


Illinois. 


J. W. Morey. 


Smith, Samuel L. 


New York. 


M. R. Smith. 


Tyler, Edward K. 


Iowa. 


W. S. Robertson. 


Walter, Augustus F. 


<< 


Faculty. 


Warnock, Frank B. 


" 


Faculty. 


White, Milton W. 


a 


J. C. D. Conaway 


Williams, Hadwen 


a 


J. S. Love. 


Wright, Isaac W. 


" 


Faculty, 



SECOND YEAR. 



Anderson, Albert P. 
Arenschild, Edwin M. 
Armentrout, Jno. C. 
Bell, Jessie F. 
Brothers, Howard D. 
East, John H. 
Ebnother, Charles L. 
Hill, Richard W. 
Kime, John W. 
Littig, Lawrence W. (A.B. 
Marner, Gideon P. 
Marotz, Frederick W. 
McCanon, Frank W. 



Iowa. 

Illinois. 

Iowa. 



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A. O. Strout. 
W. Hunter. 
G. O. Morgridge. 
Rebecca Hannah. 
S. T. Brothers. 
P. J. Earns worth. 
E. F. Clapp. 
W. F. Peck. 
Faculty, 

W. D. Middleton. 
O. T. Gillett. 
O. T. Gillett. 
O. T. Gillett. 



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name. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Murphey, Mahlon D. 


New York. 


J. D. Tripp. 


Ruth, Charles E. 


Iowa. 


M. B. Moon. 


Wallace, Job S. 


a 


W. E. Eraser. 


Whetstine, Emery 


FIRST YEAR. 


J. A. Ragan. 

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Blair, William M. 


Iozva. 


Faculty. 


Boutin, Francis J. 


" 


A. N. Smith. 


Cole, Laura M. 


" 


Faculty. 


Conley, Hiram E. 


Minnesota. 


A. L. Conley. 


Conniff, Robert E. 


Iozva. 


Faculty. 


Cunningham, Frank, 


" 


S. F. Goodwin. 


Gruwell, Mary W. 


a 


Faculty. 


Harp, John T. 


" 


J. T. Hendershot. 


HofT, Amos W. 


a 


Faculty. 


Johnson, William 


" 


Faculty. 


Lyon, May E. 


u 


Faculty. 


McGrath, John 


a 


F. M. Ward. 


Moon, Arnold C, Jr. 


" 


A. C. Moon. 


Phillips, Norman W. 


a 


J. B. Charlton. 


Randolph, Albert F. 


a 


Faculty. 


Reynolds, Lawrence 


a 


Faculty. 


Smith, Story B. 


" 


P. J. Farnsworth. 


Williams, Henry S. 


a 


Faculty. 



—18 



NON-GRADED STUDENTS. 



THIRD AND SECOND YEARS. 



Artz, Charles V. 


Iozva. 


Chapman & Kinney 


Barney, Mrs. Elvira S. 


Illinois. 


Dr. Pratt. 


Bell, Samuel C. 


Iowa. 


Faculty. 


Bittinger, William M. 


Nebraska. 


S. O. Whaley. 


Crawford, J. Price 


Iowa. 


W. F. Peck. 


Chandler, Joseph E 


" 


S. G. Wilson. 



Damm, Ludwip" F 



Minnesota. 



E. Phillii 



Medical Department, 



21 



\ WIK. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Dearing, William 1 1. 


I 07k' a. 


J. D. Blake. 


1 tePondrom, Theodore 


E. Connecticut. 


W. B. Graves. 


1 lodge, S. Wilson 


Nebraska. 


1). A. Walden. 


Emrtiet, John 


Iowa. 


A. G. Gorrell. 


Etzel, Adolph 


<< 


E. F. Clapp. 


Fairgrie\ e, ( reorge W. 


England. 


F. Cooke. 


Frear, Edwin D. 


Iowa. 


f O. N. Ainsworth. 
{ C. A. Spencer. 


Furst, Oliver J. 


a 


C. M. Hobby. 


Gardner, Jarius B. 


Illinois. 


Faculty. 


Hill, Allen T. 


Iowa. 


S. W. Clark. 


Howison, Norman L. 


Wisconsin. 


E. ( _). Baker. 


Landon, Oren M. 


Iowa, 


J. B. McGaughey. 


Leith, Alexander R. 


" 


G. (). Morgridge. 


Lloyd, Josiah C. 


" 


H. Parrish. 


Long, Francis A. 


Nebraska. 


f W r . F. S. Murdy and 
[ T. D. Thompson. 


Me Key, Thos. F. 


Wisconsin. 


J. S. Harry. 


Me( )mber, Charles S. 


Michigan. 


Faculty. 


Morell, Wilbur X. 


Minnesota. 


A. L. Conley. 


Morrison, David A. 


Iowa. 


S. 0. Stockslager. 


Osborn, Moses C. 


<< 


Thos. Sherwood. 


Parker, William H. 


" 


S. Haskin. 


Philpott, Charles H. 


it 


J. H. Philpott. 


Powers, Henry A. 


" 


Faculty. 


Rankin, H. Johnson 


44 


R. Smith. 


Ritter, John M. 


u 


A. C. Moon. 


Silsby, Newton 


il 


R. Wallace. 


Sherlock, Patrick- 


il 


G. W. Younkin. 


Singleton, Mrs. C. E. 


" 


C. C. Griffin. 


Smith, Frank H. 


" 


E. F. Clapp. 


Thompson, Frank 


" 


P. W. Farrar. 


Trumbull, Ira F. 


<< 


T. D. Lougher. 


Tyler, John D. 


Connecticut. 


R. McNeil. 


Walter, Frederick H. 


Illinois. 


H. D. Harrington. 


Waynick, Joseph B, 


Iowa. 


J. W. Culley. 



22 



State University of Iowa. 





FIRST YEAR. 




NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


l'RECEI'TOi:. 


Ambler, Samuel B. 


Ohio. 


C. M. McCraken. 


Bowers, Levi S. 


Illinois. 


Faculty. 


Breed, Frederick L. 


Iowa. 


Faculty. 


Clark, George P. 


«« 


J. R. Gorrell. 


Cook, Franklin E. 


tt 


D. S. Cook. 


Corbus, John C, Jr. 


Illinois. 


J. C. Corbus. 


Coskery, Thomas A. 


Iowa. 


J. A. Blanchard. 


Cummings, Louis F. 


" 


S. Cummings. 


Daubuey, Frank W. 


{( 


G. A. Rogers. 


Delhorbe, Sophia E. 


<« 


Faculty. 


Densmore, David T. 


u 


W. Ncpper. 


Downs, Edward M. 


<< 


Faculty. 


Eckley, William T. 


<« 


Faculty. 


Fisher, Oliver 


a 


O. D. Fisher. 


Gasser, Herman 


(( 


F. W. Patterson. 


Gilchrist, William T. 


ti 


M. W. Nesmith. 


*Goetz, William L. 


a 


C. M. Hobby. 


Graham, Charles C. 


" 


J. C. Shrader. 


Gray, Ambrey G. 


a 


Faculty. 


Green, John E. 


a 


J. S. Green. 


Guthrie, James R. (B.S.) 


" 


E. F. Clapp. 


Haskell, George E. 


" 


J. Pattison. 


Hatfield, Isaac N. 


Indiana. 


Faculty. 


Hutchinson, James A. 


Iowa. 


R. Stephenson. 


Inglis, George 


u 


Faculty. 


Irish, Harry 


ii 


J. R. Smith. 


Johnson, Matthias 


Minnesota. 


A. Henson. 


Keho, James 


Illinois. 


J. B. Felkcr. 


Kennedy, Warren C. 


Iowa. 


D. Scofield. 


Knapp, Angeline E. 


" 


L. Adair. 


Lewis, Seldon W. 


14 


f I. D. Miles. 
\ William Ott. 


Long, Lemuel L. 


Illinois. 


H. II. Long. 



"Deceased. 



Medical Department. 



33 



\ WIK. RJ 


1SIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Mason, Thomas J. 


loiva. 


II. S. Farnsworth. 


Masterson, John B. 


" 


F. M. Ward. 


Martin, Thomas F. 


" 


S. I Taskin. 


McCaleb, Elbridge S. 


•• 


II. A. Wheeler. 


McCarthy, James F. 


" 


M. E. Connely. 


Moorhead, Samuel W. 


" 


C. II. Pinney. 


Morgan, Daniel C. 


Minnesota. 


R. Stephenson. 


Morgan, James \\ . 


Iowa. 


J. Overholt. 


Overfield, Joseph W. 


Illinois. 


Faculty. 


Padgham, George W. 


I 07v a. 


f N. B. Cotton. 
( S. C. Bowman. 


Patterson, Leonidas S. 


Pennsylvania. 


O. T. Gillett. 


Poland, George 


Iowa. 


Faculty. 


Ragan, William E. 


<< 


/ G. W. Younkin. 
[ P. Sherlock. 


Robinson, Harry E. 


(< 


D. W. Robinson. 


Rogers, Arthur C. (A.B.) 


<< 


O. W. Archibald. 


Saunders, Charles J. 


" 


¥,. F. Clapp. 


Skiff, Mason J. 


a 


H. C. Fellows. 


Steen, Henry E. 


u 


Faculty. 


Talboy, James H. 


" 


J. D. Blake. 


Thomas, Joseph B. (A.B.) 


a 


Faculty. 


Thomas, L. Milligan 


Kansas. 


J. N. Hannaford. 


Thompson, David G. 


foiva. 


Chapman and King. 


Todd, Charles E. 


<< 


R. S. Price, 


Walker, Samuel A. 


« 


P. Sherlock. 


Zimbeck, Reuben D. (A.B.) 


Wisconsin. 


L. D. Lowell 



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